Highlights from the fresh Day by day Power podcasts, June 12-15

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Listed below are highlights from the fresh episodes of ‘Day by day Power’, Car Information‘ weekday podcast, June 12-15 hosted by way of Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.

“We just hit 75 percent of the way through our initial network development plan. And we had just reached [the] halfway point of the 2025 plan. So we thought that was an easy give.” — Bryan DeBoer, CEO of Lithia, on why dealership acquisitions will play games a good larger position in an replace to the retail gigantic’s plan to achieve $50 billion in annual income by way of the tip of 2025
“Despite these battery plants being built or these investments being made here in the U.S., they’re still concerned about reliance on China.” —  Audrey LaForest, reporter masking executive for Car Information in Washington, on congressional pushback to the Inflation Relief Employment’s complicated production manufacturing tax credit score 
“With these new functionalities, and also the automation, we always have to make sure that the people inside the vehicles are safe.” —  Cecilia Sunnevång, vp of analysis for Autoliv, the arena’s greatest maker of airbags and seatbelts, on how the corporate is evolving for a brandnew future 
“There’s certainly no regulation requiring every home have AM radio so that they can tune in to these emergency broadcasting systems. So, it’s a little bit odd that we would require it in cars for a safety purpose.” — Mike Ramsey, vp, analyst, at Gartner, on law to pressure automakers to secure AM radio in all brandnew automobiles

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